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. >> a comedian on capitol hill. >> i yield the balance of my time, u.s.a., number one. >> what stephen cobert testify order and hat e said that made pooiticians feel so >> live in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, his is fox 45 news at 10:00. >> ello, i am jeff barnd. howard county teacher's aide found guilty of sex abuse. >> kathleen cairns reports the case now sets a precedent for3 child sex crimes, since he was abusing the 8-year-old girll.3y >> karl walker leaaes court after being convicttd of sex >> do you still love her? >> at bryant woods elementary school in columbia. 38-year-old walker was a teacher's aide. he wrote more than 30 love letters tt an 8-year-old girl. stating, i want to kiss, and i am not a perverted psycho stalker but i have dreams every night of holding you. >> you wrote you are not a made a ruling today. do you have anything tt say? was not based on a physical sex attack. but on exploitation..3 outlined in the letters. >> well, there is a conbe sant reference to hugging and kissing, and wanting to be with you, and dreaming fantasizing they are on a trip
. myranda stephens has more on on his family and the s having community. >> always made everybody smile. >>reporter: joe s grieving the loss of his oldest son, who just last month told his dadd how much he loved him in a video for his birthday. >> if it wasn't for you, me and my brothers probably wouldn't be half as strong as we are now. >>reporter: he was walking with friends friday night near route 24 in bel air, hen he was struck and killed by a car making a leet turn. >> i knew. he was hit by a car. i knew. i was expecting the worst. >>reporter: state police say he wasswalking in the crosswalk, -pbut it appears the driver who hit him had the right-of-way. >> i'll be forever changed. >>reporter: donna said she held his hand that night as he lay on the ground. she and many others, including his classmates, expressed condolences, remembering the >>> a frederick county man is >> i've seen maybe more people, but nothing -- you know, you're not bbing stopped or checked or >> police say tte shooter did record nd he did have a permit to carry the gun, buu it was issueddin virginia and
stuck inside of their apartment, wwth no air. >> myranda stephens tells s why this is nott he first time theyú have been ii this parricular ú%tuation. >> well, even if residents here at van story branch apartments wanted to turn on tteir ac. they could not. because they say management turned it off early this year. and hat has many residents very upset. many are elderly or disabled. and they say the swelteringgheat in their apartments, is not only uncomfortable but dangerous to their health. %-stood outside for a cool breee and say they were hassled by %->> you cannot make nobody stay in their home. i am 65. i am sickll. most everybody in this building is sickly. >> it is liie being in prison here. it is not fair. >> management did post signsú saying here would be buses out front used as cooling centers. but we cannot ffnd any..3 and we tried to talk to management about this storyy but no one would talk to us. >> nowwthis is not the first time residents have been in this situation. back in july, they lost electricity, and ac. because of repairs. >> in east ballimore. "late eddt
. stephen brighhm is accused of receivvd a an abortion of nearly full term fetus. court documents allege that the dr. brigham started the procedure in new jersey and had the patient drive herself to maryland to finish. prosecuttrs are tryiig to have the doctor's licenseesuspended. two maryland physicians accused of helping him have already suffered the same fate. >>> the nation's new healthcare llw brings new consumer protections, help that kiiks in megan gilliland is live at federal hill on whaa ttis means for you and wwy some are so opposed to it. >> good morning, megan. >>> hundreds of thousands of americans set to get some relief today and it sounds pretty good but ome areeworrieddwho is going to for this all. the pptient protection and affordable care act goes into %-it's six mooths after the president signed it into laww here is how it breaks down. starting right now insurance companies will no longer be permitted to exclude children because of preexisting health conditionss insurers will also not be allowed to impose lifetime limits on benefits. and children up to 26 years old wi
. myranda stephens has morr on what police call one of the most horrific cases they have seen in years. >> well, jeff,,police say the 22-year-old woman was beaten so badly thht part of her upper lip is missing. and she is now blind in one eye. policeehave now arrested kimberly king and her boyfriendú ú%rmane bay smith. they saa the couple tortured the woman and held her captive in the bathroom of their reisterstown apartment for nearly a year. while they stole her disability money. pooice say king initially told police that she found the woman in a pool of blood in baltimore city and took her to the hospital. but detectives later determined she made up the story. >> fortunately, on september the 9th, the victim was able to awake from her coma. %-investigators that she, in fa, had been held he falsely imprisoned in an apartment in reisterstown. >> police say the victim's one-year-old child and king's apartment, the entire time. but neighbors said they had no idea what was going on. king and bay smith are now being held without bail on charges of attempted murder, assault, and false im
to know about a warning for homeowners. scam artists may be targeting your driveway. myranna stephens tells us how it wwrks. >> well, the scam artists are targeting neighborhoods like this one. oofering to pave driveways.ú usually for a cheap price. but in the end what the homeowners get is a driveway covered in paint. >> that's what happened to ed of he will got cctcity. a guy chargeddhim $200 to paint the driveway. but the so-called sealant was actually black paint. luckily he stopppd payment on3 the check. when he discovered he had been scammed. >> ii ttey are fast talkers and et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. don't do it. to get a reputable pprson, to do the job that you have to have done. >> and officials say contractors that solis door-to-door in maryland, must have a license. sooyou should verify that license, before giving up theú cash.3 in roland park, myranda3 stephens, fox 45 nnws "late edition". >> you also needdto know about a recall from black and derk. thh black plastic disco the sander can break. happening..3 more than a dozen injuries, including you someone that was
at 4:00 this afternoon on the skyramps north of the shopping ccnter in bethesda. myrrnda stephens joins ussto tell us how it happened. >> we learned one person killed in the crash was the drivee of the bus. of hanover pennsylvania. scene. federal investigators are getting involved. to figure out what went wrong. >> the images are frightening. people. including children aad parents. plunges off the washington beltway and lands 45 feet below, on to interstate 270. >> they entered the hov flyover, and the bus somehow or another left the roadway. >> state police say one person was killed innthe crash. 12 others hurt. rescue crews had to cut out four people that were trapped. two of them with life threatening injuries. officials say because of wherr tte bus landed they also did a search using canineeunits. >>well, the us landed, it landed on the non-highway side of the jersey wall. there is a lot of vegetation in that area. we needed to make sure that from the bus. >> the 26 passenger bus operated by wolf us lines, a company based in york county pennsylvania. %-that overseee busee, company
at 10:00 continues. %-attacked by bedbugs in her own apartment. i am myranda stephens, who she -s now suing, coming up. >> veey busy trooical season. looking at one, two, and a third %-out there over the atlantic. show you where theestorms are heading.úú%coming up after the . i'm bob ehrlich. i'm not the kind of guy who likes to hang on the sidelines. today maryland is in trouble. we're worse off than we were four years ago. dangerous debt, higher taxes, not enough jobs. we need real leadership to turn this state around. fix the budget -- honestly. grow small businesses -- really. excellent schools -- everywhere. protect the bay -- finally. it's why i'm running. to make the state we love not just good but great. now let's get down to work. >> a woman is suing a3 cockkysville apartment complex afttr she said she wassattacked by bed glux yranda stephens joinn us now with why she said that manage system to blame. myranda? >> jennifer and jeff. aaber moved into the bbiar cliff apprtments northeast uly of 2008. but about a year later she said that she beganton notice itchy sores all ov
. myranda stephens, fox 45 news a3 ú%:00. >> okay myranda thank you. the rosscution chipping away agaan. three suspects ccarged with the3 muuder of former councilmanken detective that responded to the scene the night of the killing took the stand and discussedú evidence like tte mask and jacket found nearby. the defense meantime questiooed3 the way he handled the crime scene. >> this was a very complex crime scene, which is something i have maintained all along. it seems to me, that detective deal should have had the assistanttance of 4 or 5 ooher homicide detectives. turn to dna evidence. state claams linked the three to this specific crime scene. >> one of the men aacused of beating an elderly black fisherman because of race pleads guilty today. ú%lvin locknnr pleaded guilty to assault, carjacking and hate crime as part of the lea deal. %--ames privilegevot while fishg last year. according to prosecutors, %-would not have happened if he was a white man. the deal will put lockner behind bars for 31 years. >> it is safe to say, this is a plea agreement that we feel good about because
''e getting a better idea tonight of what thh scary mooents were like in thh hospital. myranda stephens standing y %-with some of the initial 911 calls now. myranda? >>well, jeff, for the first time, we are hearing thoseú initial calls for help, as people reactee to yesttrday's frightening ordeal. here at johhs hopkins hospital. >> 911, we need 911. shooting..3 >> the calls were frantic as patients and workers inside of johns hopkins hospital feared for their lives. %-we heard shooting.? and people screaming..3 we arr barricade. >> police release the initial 911 calls from thursday morning shoottng at the hospital. when a man opened fire on a doctor. >> how many ssots did you hear? >> i was standing right there and a physician went down. >> he went down where? >> nelson eight. >> buttthe most telling ppone call may haveecome from a patient that heard the gunshoo from outssde of her door. >> i am in 877. our door is shut tight. >> can you see if anyone s shot. >> no, but the nurses are out there. and they are saying get a stretcher fast. %->> the ordeal ended after neay four hours. bu
on georria avenue. myranda stephens is here with how the incident caae to an end. and more n the gunman's past. myranda? >> jennifer and jeff, james j lee no stranger to the discovery chaanel builling.3 protested there building before. but this time took his anger to a whole new level. >> the intense situution began around 1:00 this afternoon. when police say james j lee, an environmental protester, walked into the discovery channel headquarters, in silver spring, -earing devices on his body,,and waving a handgun. he then took two workers and a seeurity guarr, hossage in the %->> there maybe some other potential devices, with im, or near him, that he brought in. >> most of the 1900 employees were able to et out okay. and the day care center inside ú% the building was evacuated. swat teams and federal bomb technicians surrounded the building. while federal negotiators talked to lee for almost four hoors before finally shooting and killing him. >> as we were negotiating withh3 him, our tactical officers, were able to get in to position, where they were very close to him, at one point,
stephens, the horrific details and possible motive,,cooing up. >> looking attsome showers and sooe th ♪ i thought it was over here... ♪ [car horn honks] our outback always gets us there... ... sometimes it just takes us a little longer to get back. ♪ >> a woman is tortured and heed captive for nearly a year, inside of a reisterstown apartmentt what police call one of the most horrific cases theyyhave seen in years. -yranda? >> that's right jeff. the abuse appeeed at the preserve at owen's crossing apartments on brook barry drive. and investtgators say for as many as ninn months, a young mother was tootured and locked inside of a bathroom, all for moneyy >> that is really ssary. i cannot believe that happened over hhre. >> neighbors are in disbelief after learning about the horror police say went on inside of this reisterstown apartment. >> oh, my gosh, i haa no ideaa >> that is sad to hear. that is terrible. >> police say on august 25, kimberly king told them that shh got a call from an unknown manú that her 22-year-olddroommate was lying in a pool of blood on the corner of 25th and
replacements. j-lo and stephen tyler is a rumor, but fox will not confirm it. >> jennifer lopez rumor has basis and reality. she has been on the show. and manager works closely with ú lot of the artists. stephen tyler rumor is the most ú%teresting thing. it came out of nowhere. you had not heard his name being ttrown arounn durrng any of tte preliminary stages. again, it is a greet career move for stephen. >> idol producers say no matter what happens, the focus of the show should be always as it has3 beee in the past. on the talents of the contestants. watch american idol.3 ú%en it returns in january, right here on fox 455 >> maryland and navy come down ♪ i thought it was over here... ♪ [car horn honks] our outback always gets us there... ... sometimes it just takes us a little longer to get back. ♪ but you wouldn't want an antique computer. or an antique tv. ♪ or an antique remote control. so why are you still using an antique cable network created in 1948 for your 2010 tv? it's time to hook your tv up to a 100% fiber optic network. it's time for fios. visit verizon.com/getfios. cal
daniels has the story. >> reporter: detecttvvs laaeled stephen blackwwll as the ring leader of this heeoin distributiin ripping.3 they say he committed as much violence as he made money. spears o distribute heroin. according to the indiccment the drug operatiin began in 2000 nd sttetchhd froo baltimorr to new york to thh dominican republic. prosecutors ccll itta iolent operation with one act linked to &-dealerss pened fire at aal backyard barbecue in eest -e's in custody n nnw york tonight after a lengthy investigation. >> often undercover investigations where you're using either cooperating crimmnals out on the street or federal aggnts who arr operating dealees.er or purporting to ruu &-the $10 mmllion in drug monee, they will sees assets nnluding real esttte and the $740,000 home they say blackwell owns. keith danieess fox 45 nnws at 5:30. >> thank you, keith. >>> police make an arrest after a body is found in the innerúha. ú&lice arested 20-year-ood wayne black in 2008. pushing a an in he aaer afte3 asking hii ffr a cigarette.3ú &-away from starting his junior year on an en
for stephen. >> i just love it, i love it. it'' a lot of fun. >> and girls on the grid iron. >> and girls on the grid iron. meet the women of the baltimore i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. the real andy harris. buried in his website - a promise to replace the tax code with a 23% sales tax and eliminate the mortgage interest deduction. a bush tax panel said families would pay $6,000 more a year. a reagan tax advisor calls it a very dumb idea. but that's not his only bad idea. harris was the only senator to vote against expanding the child care tax credit and against the state's cancer treatment program. andy harris' extreme ideas will cost us. his sleep number is 25. call geico and see how much you could save on homeowners insurance. bob ehrlich's real record on energy. lobbyists helped write utility regulations. we got stuck with a 72% rate hike. but martin o'malley got tough on bge, forcing them to pay back $2 billion to consumers. and what's bob ehrlich been doing the past four years? he got paid $2.5 million at a lobbying firm, a firm representing special interests and ca
injured while undergoing an abortion at a clinic in cecil county. dr. stephen brigham operates th3 american services cliiic. the medical board issued a cease and desist order. the medicalllicenses of two ú&her doctors remain suspendedd they include doctor nicolea riley and dr. shepard. police remooed several fetuses from a freezer. >> we know now that he was committing bortions going all the way back to january of this year, perhaps earlier and aborted babies in a freezerr isn't that nice? it's deplorable and nobody even knew about it. >> reporter: another hearing for both doctors expeeted to be held in the next few weeks, then the state board of physicians has many options, it can rip remannee the doctors, have their licenses restored or revoked. john rydell, fox 45 news at 5:30. >>> police say the body of a 23-year-old map was found about 16 miles offshore on monday. delgado disappeared on august 28th when he went swimming after life guards left for the day. hurricane danielle caused severrl rip tides that weekend. almost 500 rescue. >>> a chemical spill forces buildings in sou
harassment lawsuit against arundel county executive john leopold. myranda stephens is live outside of the county courthouse with the latest allegationss myranda? >>well, jennifer, this is a copy of the ammnded lawsuit, set to be filed in court tomorrow morning. and in it the plaintiff paints a detailed picture of a county executive that will go toogreat lengths to get what he wants. >> his behavior completely inappropriate. towards women. >> last month, arla ham ner filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against her former works arundel county executive john leopold. but sense then her attorney has added more details, to the suit. backing their claims. >> one person said, he is addicted to women. that he cannot top himself almost. >> in the ammnded lawsuit. ham ner's attorney, accuses leopold of using binoculars to scope out women coming in and out of his office building. he even claims leopold would order police officers to run down the license plates of a car driven by a woman thht e found attractive. >> he ould ask the guard. the police officer, ask anybody else he had to, to get
,@ myranda stephens, fox 54 news at 5:30. >> thank yoo, miranda.3 >>> city police are investigating a shooting in northeast baltimooe. investigators were called to bel air road just before 2:00 this morning. they found one man shot in thh neck and torso. - second was shot in the tpeupbger. >>> police are looking forra %-edgewooo.attacced a woman in police say this man was in a ca3 withha female driver. the driver asked the victim if she wanted a ride. police say once the victim ggt3 in, the man robbed and tased her. the victim maaaged to escape, was treated and later released. if you have any information hartford county sheriff's immediately. >>> aaself-pro claamed white supremacist accused of beating ppeads guilty tooay in couut as part of a plea deaa.@ police ssy lockner and two teens beat 77-year-old james privitt while he was fishing last yeer. police say lckner told them that this wouldn't have happened if he was a height man. underrthe deal, lockner ill spend 31 years behind bars. >> t's safe to say ttat ttis i3 a plea agreement that we feel street for 31 years. >> sentenci
. myranda stephens, fox 45 news >> myranda, the doctor shot is ú% fair condition tonight? dr. cohen underwent surgery rom a shot to the stomach. he is an orthopedic surgeon there. and johns hopkins will not be releasing any more information. >> still quessions remain surrounding the gunman ttat opened fire at hopkins thursday. %-witness accounts to determine exactly what happened inside of police commissioner fred bealefield said this investigation does not end at room 873, where dr. david cchen was shot. a family member of the gunman saii paul pardus brought his mother to johns hopkins hospital in hopes of her health improving. could to get her well. because she had back problems, so he ttok her back and forth to johns hopkins hospital. to get her help. >> it really does come down to a questiin of his grief and the care of his mother. that really seems to be the central point of why this occurred. >> police say thhy are checking out a couple of addresses where pardus may have been sttying here in the city of baltimore. >> more news tonight about the shooter. he lived in his mother
, stephen forest made sandwiches for his -ids in thh morning and found this. brown furry stuff on some of the it was a dead mouse. forest immediately called the bread company that slogan is the best of both. best of both what is the answer. they gave him 2000 euros for his troubles. >> to start with, i thought it was where it is mmxed up before it is put in the oven. then back across the kitchen, i looked into the bread. and i saw it had fur on it, and it didn't look like dough, certainly like, to start with, part of a mouse, or tail, part of a tail. >> forest is searchinn the inner of the toaster currently. the mouse's tail was missing. maybe it is in the toaster. no one was hurt. >> gloria estefan makes a break for it. why she had tt escape through the window of a box uite during a football game. >> steelers week. hear from head coach john >> gloria estefan has a careerr3 and now she is adding escape artist to the list. >> she made a climbbout of a window. after getting locked inside of a suite at miamiisun life stadium there. to see the jets dolphins game sunday. a locksmmth, secur
is a high rankkng the blood's gaag ii to be sentenced today in a death of stephen pariih. rowlings rdereddother members to killing parish beccuse e thought parish was gay and that would make the gaag look weak. >>> a man accused in the drunk drrvinn of a howard county poliie say aaron orsong was auguss on route 8. that is when he eventually ú%lled benjamin wirt man. he was aaso charged with hhroin possession. >>> it's dangerous, ann in three days it will also b illegal, driving while using a cell phone in maryland is a $40 finee3 starting oo friday. %-joel d smith is live in timonm with some answers. this is going to require some equipment, joel.ú >> reporter: it will, first let's poonn out that it's a secondary offense. if you don't have ann movement be buuged by this at all.ú it definittly makes you safer when you arr not using your hands tootalk and you're using them to drive. this is a hands free device and here to tell us more about how things have beenngoing, especially with sales we ave3 roger. i got to imagine that here communicction electronics it has >> has been.
on tuesday. he had two other members of the blood killed stephen parish because he suspected that parisú was gay.ú >>> a baltimore man is convicted of assault but cleared of attempted murder after opening ffre at a wes westminister apart complex. harris was arguing with two men ovee a missing cell ppone in february when he pulled out a gun and started shooting. he fired a shot at a man on the3 apartmenttstairwelll and fired two more shots at the door of a unit once the man ran inside..3 he is beinggheld without bail until sentencing. >>> a man pleads driving while3 impaired. -olice say he hit and killedú 16-year-old beeni!!16-year-old n whiie riding his bike last august. >>> governor o'malley rolls outú a new radio ad. in it, comes support from peopp3 many democrats seem to be3 distancing themselvee these days. preeident barackkobama. >> mmryland you have a choice in the election this fall, a choice whhther you keep working forward with the hard working leadershi3 and vision of governor martin o'malley r do you slip backwards. ú%r o'malley.nt recorded the ad release comes after o'ma
as a reminder for many years to come. >>reporter: myranda stephens, fox 45 news at 10:00. phase two of that memorial ve complete by this time next year. >>> there were many events in >> thanks for coming out here today. this is the second largess crowd we've ever had. >> hello. >> good morning. how are you >> (music playing). >> (cheering)) >> i'm here because my brother and his friend are running. >> i don't think you could ask for a better day. i thhnk hat is a more important reason to remember. 3 c1 >> keep pushing. it's the finishline. come on. you only have a little bit left. >> did you see mommy? -p>> there's mommy. >> mommy. >> she's with the blue and white. let's go mommy, let's go. (cheering). >> it was good. a good work out. >> i think we all should always keep it in our memory aad i thhnk to come out and do something to reenforce that -- >> because of 9/11, i want to always. i'm an officer. it's people who sacrificed willingly anddunwillingly on that day. >> the money raised from today's run goee to the baltimore police foundation and phe baltimore fire depa
. >> the kingpin of a violent drug ring..3 he is 26 years ood stephen ú%ackwell f elkton. blackwell and two other women, tara carter and joo edison are facing a federal charge of conspiracyyto distribute heroin. now accooding toothe indiccment, federal prosecutors want to the trio. million in money from ú% they can't cough up the cash, prosecutors will seize real estate which could nclude a -4,700,000 home blackwell owns on thh elk river.3 >> if we donnt do that, we winn defendant may serve time in prison, come back home, and in tte meantime he has a milliondoe nameeof his mother, father, sister or ccildren. >> reporter: the operation began in 2003 and stretched frrm baltimore to new york and the dominican reppblic. prosecutors call it a violent operation with one of many acts3 linked to blackwell in 2009 when ú%val dealers opened fire at a backyaad barbeque injuring 12 people including blackwell he intended target. guests and neighbors at the time took cover.ú >> it was bad, man. it was badd everythiig when i came up all ú%e pooice were out there. >> reporter: blackwell is3 locked up in
-old girl pleads not guilty. 45 years old stephen westfall3 entered the plea in an allegheny county courtroom yesterday. abducted theegirl and drove her to a rural area where he choked and beat hhr. the trial is expected to begin on november 20th. >>> one east baltimore community ú% now fighting crime by counting on a higher power. joel d smith is live here now operation good faith.led good morning, joel, what is that all about. >> reporter: let me tell you, patrice. %-morning to everyyody.oo you know,,around east altimorr people know therees been now thee're trying to take it to problems and stoppinggcrime. they think religion can be a big help in terms oo manpower and iú terms of faith. we have the sign over there, dr. carter way. you have a real niche in this community. you do to make thingssbetter.ú >> it's important since the killing of milton hill that we move to actton. that monday after his killing we gathering, north avenue was blocked and we believe that talk is good, but we got to move to >> reporter: that action is every church geeting a around and really taking c
crime with a party. myranda stephens shows us how they're intending to take back the streets one fight >>reporter: the hope is to build a community up and cut down crime. >> we understand that he political system can't do everything. it's going to require the people getting % >>reporter: they have been >>reporter: who on any other day might be too afraid to go outside. >> we're in a neighborhood that is crime-ridden and it's very pleasant today. very, very pleasant. >> i see fraud many places. (uninnelligible). >>reporter: on a day day, afghan political are a dangerous game and this day was bloody. united nations officials reported more than 160 incidents of violence across the country. despite the deploymeet of hundreds off thousands of soldiers and police. afghan officials say -pat least 2 civilians werr taliban-related violence. here >> unfortunately, in afghanistan, ((nintelligible). >>reporter: depending on how the long and ikell messy vote count goes, this man could become part of afghanistan's next generation of politicians. >>> a scientist and his wife are caughttin an
survey bay harris interactive questioned nearlyú stephen hundred teenagers.3 -- 1700 teenagers many only 36% said had a regular testing during driviig could result in death. while 55% the same about drinking and driving. but they''e bothhequallyy3 dangerous. joel d smicket is liv smith is t centennial high school where a demonstration is to prove how dangerous and even deadly >> rrporter: this is going to be happening later with the mba officcally doing their course. it's bben studied and everything. we have made our own course for demonstration purposes. student government presidentt fiiss, claire a, have you texted while drivinn. ú%done it.se, i everybody has >> reporter: have you done it lately. >> no. >> reporrer: ow stuff is it when you stop at the stoplight. >> it's tough. because you ccn see the light in your peripheral vision, so yyu are itching to know what it is. but you stop ecause you thinkk3 it's the right thiig to do, righh? p> it's not just you on the road, it's everybooy else, too. >> reporterr but not everybooy is doing the same thing as you. you have friends, som
emmire and 2 otters taken down by the feds. authooities say stephen blackwell was the leader of a heroin rrng. now according to the innictment, federal prosscutors want to seize $10 million in drug cash, from those suspects. if they don't cough up the money, prosecutors will be seiiing assets which include, a $750,000 hour along tte elk river. %-up in a situation where wind comes back home, in the meantime ú%s million dollars hooe he put in the name of his mother, father, sister, brother, -hildren. >> blackwell arrested in new york city. no word when blackwell comes but when he does he will be arraigned within two weeks. >> we got likee2 and a half hours to get out. so we have to buugy on.ú >> north caroliin braces for hurricane earl. who as been sent packing and when the storm could make landfall. >> it is funny, why would you >> baltimmre city paid threee33 times the reeular rate for this droid has evolved to do even more. now it integrates your work e-mail, so you can be hooked up to everything you need to do. now it does 1 ghz speed on a more intuitive keyboard. turning you into
her trying to negotiate a contract, and stephen yler, but fox has yet to coofirm any names. >>> from box off flops o dvd ú%ccesses. >> i work for the blah-blah-blah and they gave e a license to blah. >> thh movies that studios ú%counting on making more money threaters. >>> a great day for it. take a lookkat it, 84 degr as a career prosecutor i made decisions on facts not politics. in washington, i'm trying to do the same. that's why i voted to crackdown on wall street and protect the bay. and why i voted against the $3 trillion budget, the big bank bailout, and against the health care bill. you see for me it's not about democrats or republicans it's about common sense and doing what's best for our families. maybe that's why i'm ranked one of the most independent members of congress. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. >>> kids are imak in school for the school year. yyu know whht that means? session. if you would like your kid to be a part of weather kid section, just have a teaaher or a counselor send their nominationú at 2,000, 41st street baltimore 21211. or go to
are in custody. each faces attempted murder charges. >> some blocks have lights. some don't. >> stephen miller lives nearby and he remembers the night three tried to rob him. >> first thing the police said were you in the dark. i said yeah. he said what happpned. i mooed into the light they left. >> whenever there is light. they are noo there. i seeethe church as light. >> so in an effort to fight back. this group is embracing operation good faith. a crime plan that has churches taking responsibilitt for cleaning up the fourrblocks around them. >> now we are going to %-the congregations, with the community. multi-faceted including nightlyy walks through the neighborhood tooidentify problems, that all too often lead to crime. >> we are going to make a change. we are going to do something substantive and sustainable, rather than running from vigil to ridge viiil. >> challenge is sustaining the effort. and almost everyone ere knows it. >> wherever we are, darkness cannot stay. >> in east baltimore. joy lepola, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> police say they don't oh thiik the effort will put any ccurch
's mayor bbamed public drunkenness for this tragedy. >> oxfood england stephen forest was making ssndwiches for his children, bright and early in the morning and found this.ú brown ferry stuff on some bread slices. it was a dead mouse. forest immediately called the bread company that slogan happens to be, the besttof both. best oo both what? the company gave forest 2000 %-the thing is, the mouse's tail is still missing. >> former president jimmy carter is ack in the hospital tonight. became ill oo a flight from atlanta to cleveland. he will spend the night for observatiin. the 85-year-old was on his way to cleveland to promote his new book. he plans to resume his book tour wednesday. with a stop in d.c. family members say carter is resting and doing fine.ú >> coming up. genetics and igraine headaches. why a new discovery could help improve treatment. >> real-life businesses may be struggling. but one online world is boomingú the explosion in bob ehrlich's real record on energy. lobbyists helped write utility regulations. we got stuck with a 72% rate hike. but martin o'malley got tough
stephens, fox 45 news at 10:00. >> opening statements could begin monday in the murder trial of former city council memberken hair rips. jury seated tooay. three people are accused of killing harris during a robbery two years ago. the trial could take up to five ú%eks. >> a major drug raid on ne small community leads to 15 arrest. kathleen cairns reports, some of the suspects face feddral charges, and if convicted, could enddup behind bars for liie. %-looking forrtoney robiison, tt sometimes ses the alias peterman. %-neighborhood.s from the 4 x 4 >> closed off by virtte surrounding streets. >> authorities say thisssmall northeast area has been like a drug user shooping mall for the ú%st year. until it was raided. >> we arrested a couple of 15 ú%ople, 10 on federal charres, five on state. that gives you tte sense of the scopp. >> the indictment shows they are charged with drug conspiracy and ú%apons violations. >> running the druu distribution network over an extended period of time. -nd controlling the neighborhooo. so the dealing in that area, went througg these defendants. >> police
ggnshot shells found at the crime scene inside ..3 >>> 45 years old stephen wwst fall entered the plea an algainy yafpooice say last month he %-area whereehe choked and eatn her. the trial is exppcted toothe begin on november 20th. november 30th. >>> one east baltimore commmuity is fighting crime by couuting on a higher power. joel d smith is live in that community with their new plan called operation good faith. gooo morning, joel.ú >> reporter: good morning, pattice. we are here in east baltiiore at the ccurch right ovee here. these church communities to taae control of their communityy a 4 if they can control that, maybe %-it's an idea of congressmanl. charles stokes and they think this can work. tteee was a meeting yesterday where they started talking about ann ttinking if ttis could actually functionnand work for everybody. they unveiled the design baak to theechurch and the church members said they will walk the streets on a nightly basis trying to rebuild the relationship wwth the communityú in hopes of getting the criminals locked up. >> they're increased by the citizens an
in may, a jury convicted stephen perish.s in the death of he reeorded other membbrr of the gang tt kill parish becauue he thooght parish was ay and that would makk the gang look weak. driviig death of a hoo warned countt teenager heads to trial today. the influenceelast august along route 100. that is when he allleedly hit and killed benjamin wart man. bike at the time. he was allo ccaaged with heroin possession.., >>> the loves come off in the3 race for governor. governor martinno'malley of delibbrately suppressing bad news of maryland's economy. llst month they postedda report describiig as maryland's economy as talling but ttat information wws removed from the website just as governor o'malley delivered an up beat message of the state economic recovery.3 >> was this simply the fact and then it got ccvered up? or it was a mistake and it was simply a draft. %-understand it.ase, we >> the spokesman says the employment document was never %-agency's website. n the this ssory. delegates weegh in on the race in this tueeday's house spotllght. >>> for the latest oo the governnr's race go
elections. >> chris: finally, 30 seconds left. on friday, comedian stephen colbert testified before a congressional committee in his fake comedic character. at a time when the country faces real problems, sir. was this an embarrassment for the house? >> i think his testimony was not appropriate. i think it was an embarrassment for mr. colbert more than the house. >> chris: he was called by the democrat i democratic chair the committee. >> you asked whether the testimony was appropriate. i think it was not appropriate. >> chris: you think he should not have been called? >> i don't know about whether he was called but what he had to say was not the way it should have been said. if he had a position on the issues, he should have given those issues. you ask my personal opinion. >> chris: you regret it? >> i think it was inappropriate. can i say something going back to the pledge, because the american -- >> chris: 30 seconds. >> the american public heard from those young guns. it turned out to be a pop gun. it turned out to be spin, not substance, not specific. it turned out to be a retu
report. it's time for our sunday group. stephen hayes, "the weekly standard." mara liasson of national public radio. fox news digital politics editor, chris stirewalt, a panel first-timer. and juan williams, also from national public radio. so, as we've been saying, the president is going to announce something of a new economic plan this week, apparently focussing on tax cuts for business. steve, is it more about politics, or the economy and how much do you think it will actually help democrats in november? >> it's far more about politics. i think the white house feels like it needs to have something to campaign on, something to give vulnerable congressional democrats to run on. so this is what they settled on. i think it's far too late to have much effect on the economy, so they hope to be making a political argument. but what was most interesting i thought in your interview with tim kaine if i heard him correctly he said there have been eight tax cuts targeted to small businesses and he says we need a ninth. the white house saying we need a ninth, because this one is going to work wh
judge's table. now it's confirmed. jennifer lopez and stephen tyler and execctive procedure is returring behind the scenes and if you're ondering who that gu3 is, t's recording executive, jimmy ivine. >> everyone is wondering is it gging to be the same? nothing can be the same for 10 years. mentor and will be shoonnback stage with the contestants throughout the season. don't forget that season 10 of american idol starts here in january in fox 45. >>> the man's best energy supply. >> the poop is so easily found energy is just a great idea.3to >>> how itts being done cominggú up. >>>>and i'm emly racieeat the con ton wine anddjazz festival i will have all tte details at ú >>>>jazz it up this weekend. good morning, emily. >>>reporttr: good morning,,3 patrice. it's a gorgeous morning at the park. this saaurday it will be filled with people, wine and vendors.ú iim talking to the organizer of -he festival, the second year, and what can folks expect when they come out, not only wine u3 so many other things. >> we hhve great food from the local restaurants and wine seminars goinggon. a g
as the case moves forward.ú stephen janice joins us with this morning. >> good morning. >> it sounds like the defense is poking a lot of holes in the defense and testimony, is that the case? >> there's a lo lot the questions about a lot of the procedures that went n ddringú the investigation, like did they take finger print at the bar. did the suspects jump over, or what was the timing the videosú. these are technical questions. you ddn't know if they're having an impression on the jury until the end of the case. >> so not necessarily something off the bat that is going to throw this whole caseeout? >> not at this point. they hhve given me scationnthatú that there's going to be something about the dna >> talk about timothy hel hep b, who is he. >> he pointed in the directton of three suspects. he was lattr murdered last year. hh is a key part of this ccse. he is a key waar of another murder case and sort of the violence ttat occurred in that neiihborhood. >> what are some the speeific fingerpriits that was not checked, but what are some the other specific things that the defense aae s
:12 is the time. we will get a cceck of our forecast. steppeforecast. tony pagnotti is in for stephen fertig. >>> we are going to bb walking on sunshine. a beautiful sunrise a hile ago. 51 at the inner harbor. airport. aa the thurgood marshal much channe in whaa we have had. we need some rain in hhre olks, 13 days with no rain. a trace, about a week ago. we are still an inch below and that is causing problems in addition to the big heatwave, the hotttst summer 2010 sinceú 1943. 55 dayssof 90 plus ays. ú%thing to show you on the radar satellite picture, no rain on the forecast.3 65d.c. %-dragging down some very cool canadiannaar today. we will be getting a breeze3 gusting up to maybe 15-20 miles per hour. it will be windy? it will feel like fall today compared o where we haae been. a lot of clouds anddsunshine and blue skies. thissis how it should be if you like coolness ii the air and get rid of the heat we have in the summer of 2010. a lot of sunshine here n centrallmmayland. we will call ii aaound 78. down at the inner harbor it might get to 80. -he winds out oo the northwest at 10-
price jump. >>> stephen says, still cheering %-one is a new ather and the others have over 100,000 jobs offers when they come out. wishing the best for them as well. >>> mary sayssit's purple friday, yay, go ravens. a lot of folks feeling that sentiment aa well. we have a big game this weekend. we hope you have a great >>> later onnfox 45 morning news. the golden years are treating her very, very well. we talk to betty white about the secret to her success. >>> but next buckle-up but not it's the first time you're letting your daughter shop on her own. so here's your moment of truth, mom. which 3g network would you trust to run apps like family locator, when it matters most ? when you want your 3g network to work, you want verizon. upgrade your family now and get an lg env touch. or get this samsung alias for just $29.99. plus add a line for just 9.99. but hurry - offer ends march 31st ! families can connect for less at verizon. but hurry - offer ends march 31st ! >>> this could be your lardestú challenge this week. today is national turn off day. we're talking about cell phones. no ca
's take a look at what people are saying at our ú%cebook page. stephen wrote in and said there3 are many ther jobs that doo't have theee rules. either start applying or change ú-won't allltheewouldn't allow.y depending on employers have the right to allow oo not allow if -ou want to work at their facility. >> i think most people would agree with that if it's applied across the board. >> howwis that legal, you're gginn to tell a white and caucasianian person they can't have hair blondee if a blacc woman wants to wear blonde hair, they should be allowed to do it. p>>blonde with the other folks in the office may not be much of a problem. ttankkyoo for your comments. is setting up job in mary weathere!!maryweather his week3 stay tuned. >>> next erasing the mistakes of the night before. we put the wineeaway to the will it work test. 3 >>> it's a stain that no one wants to fight. -e wining about your wine. >> we put the wine away to the will it work tess. >>> if you are a wine lover, you probably know that a slight tip of the hand can come with getting tipsy. >> you never know when it's3 cl
news. >>> authorities in two staaes are trying to sttp an abortionn3 doctor from practicing dr. stephen brigham is accused ú% starting abortion prrcedures on wwmen in newwjerseyyand then bringing them to this elkton clinic to finish. maryland issued a cease and desist order against brigham. new jerrey is noo trying tootake >>> five maryland chools make the grade and receive a nationa3 ú%nor. the schools including eastern technology in baltimore coonty and ellicott mills miidle school in howard county were named national blue ribbon schools..3 the honor means the schools hhve coosistently shown higg -chieeement or dramatic improvement. maryland schools have been named national blue ribbon schools. >>> as it fridays weren't grrat enough already, it's again time for urple ffiday..3 ravens fann are being asked tt theee's plenty of eeents scheddled to help them do that. the ravens caravan has scheduled for a long frenzy extravaganza. -> reporter: this is one of 25 difffrent places the caravan will go ttdayy cheerleaders sitting down and cheerleaders getting ready to -rder some ooo. iia
the death of john hopkins researcher stephen pitcairn. hh was fatally stabbed in an attempped robbery while walling home from penn station. >>> string attacks at the uuiversiiy of maryland campus. there's been three attacks too3 students in the recent weeks. in each caseethe victims have been grabbed, beaten and robbed. the most recent cased haapened this weekend. - student was walking on har wick road near princeeon avenue at 2:00 in the morning wwhn aa3 group of ffur suspects, tackled him, beat him and robbed him. ú% ♪33 >>> the democratic candiiatee for baltimore county executivee3 are trying to get tte public's attention through the media. those ads don't come cheap of the the most recenn campaign finance report shows kevin kamenetz has spent $900,000. %-barton felde felder spent kamn campaign signs and brochures. his total so far comes to $175,000 whereaa kamenetz has put out just $33,000. the republican candidate in this race is running unopposed..3 the primary is just a week away on september 14th. >>> stay tuned for fox 45 morninn for continuing coverage of the primary races. we
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